Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011 - Seachange
Multi-award wining over 50’s lifestyle community, Seachange Village at Arundel, is celebrating selling its 100th home and welcomes the new residents to the community.

The landmark settlement of the 100th home was made with John Cowan and Marilyn Sinnett.

To date 108 homes have already been built at Seachange, with ten more currently under construction.

Mr Cowan says the lifestyle on offer at Seachange was the main attraction for buying their home in the village.

“My wife and I found the vibrant lifestyle offered at Seachange to be the most appealing feature and definitely convinced us to buy,” Mr Cowan says.

“The most significant aspect of this is the enormous country club and its fantastic amenities offering a social hub to meet people and make new friends and mingle.

“The other aspect was the sense of community here at Seachange, as we came from a small neighborhood in Currumbin and enjoy the nature of a close-knit community.”

Mr Cowan says the central location makes everything so convenient.

“We’re right across the road to a range of shops at Arundel Plaza as well as the medical centre and tavern,” Mr Cowan says.

“Translink has now started a service that goes from out the front to the Helensvale railway station to make travelling around much quicker, especially to Brisbane.

“Being in Arundel, we are still only a short drive to the many beaches we enjoy along the Gold Coast and are not far from the local golf courses too.”

Seachange Village was recently awarded as the best seniors living development in the 2011 UDIA (Qld) Boral Awards for Excellence and was also a finalist in the award’s affordable housing category, demonstrating its commitment to providing a range of homes across different budget types.

Seachange project manager, Phil Goodman, says welcoming the 100th resident has been a real milestone for the village.

“While we’re continually recognised within the industry for our innovative approach to over 50s housing, the biggest reward we get is when people vote with their feet and move in to Seachange,” Mr Goodman says.

“John and Marilyn have quickly become part of one of the most vibrant communities on the Gold Coast and are able to share it with like-minded people.”

“They can choose to enjoy the privacy of their own home to relax or entertain or participate in the many activities in our signature country club.”

The centerpiece of Seachange Village is the multi-million dollar residents-only country club, which includes the most extensive selection of social, recreational and educational facilities available in any over 50s lifestyle community resort.

The community also boasts a large range of 7 star Greensmart energy efficient architecturally designed homes, ensuring a unique streetscape variety throughout the village.

Residents enjoy fixed cost living with no stamp duty, conveyancing fees, exit fees (DMF) or council rates.

The development has previously won the 2010 HIA-CSR 'Best in Queensland' Award for 'Residential Lifestyle Development’ and 'Top GreenSmart Energy Efficiency' Award Gold Coast/Northern Rivers, and also won both the regional and State award in the 2009 HIA-CSR Gold Coast/Northern Rivers and Queensland Special Purpose Housing Awards.

For more information visit www.seachangegoldcoast.com.au or call 1800 652 797.

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Bruce Nelson

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